Category: Gerd Theissen

Musings on Mark: Artfully Structured

Gerd Theissen,┬áThe New Testament: A Literary History (Fortress Press, 2012), 43-44. The Gospel of Mark is artfully structured. It consists of individual pericopes, each of which makes its own point. Through their arrangement into a gospel they acquire a “surplus of meaning”: in the… Continue Reading “Musings on Mark: Artfully Structured”